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Hello what are the torque settings to tighten head down on a 2.8 daihatsu diesel

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SOURCE: cylinder head torque settings 1990 2.6L isuzu motor

From front to back is this:


7 3 1 5 9



8 4 2 6 10



First torque value is 58 ft lbs.....then final torgue is 72 ft lbs.

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